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cuts were needed because of the largese. mcdonald turns out isn't such a softy. this former army ranger has been true to his word and he's well ahead of his $10 billion target goals. mcdonald has made changes. he's done them quietly to the management of underperforming dwigs. he's not a guy that just throws out head for headline. he's introduced new products like tide pods and taken an amazing amount of share back from the other guys. one of the most remarkable transformations i've seen. rolled out niche products like zzzquill works for hard core insomnia cases, me, asleep in ten minutes flat. pulled out all the stops with ads that helped augment proctor's share gain and kept the new-found momentum going. changed from a strong dollar to a weaker one and declined the cost of raw goods that go into proctor's vast array of products. stock of pg is unstoppable because i think mcdonald's plan is working. i believe he had to deal with some of the same deelts with alex gorsky is dealing with at johnson & johnson. it is my job here to recognize when it's still early enough to matter that i may
's regular season coming to an end today. right this minute, the texas rangers and oakland a's are playing a game that will decide who will win the a.l. west. tonight the yanks just need to win to claim their division. my next guest achieved baseball glory leading the new york yankees to four world series titles as their manager. his other challenge these days is helping domestic abuse victims with his tenth annual charity gala just a month away. i'm pleased to have back former yankee an dodger manager joe torre joining me. we'll talk about so much. i want to get into baseball as well. let's talk about safe at home, joe. you started this foundation because of your mother. talk to us about the progress that you've seen and the issues that remain. >> well, you know, maria, this thing is this deep, dark secret. even when i was growing up in our home, you know, my dad was abusing my mom. he never touched me, physically abused me. there was fear going on. i carried it into my adult life, really never connected the dots until later on. you know, we started our safe at home foundation, surprised
-1 last night and will play the rangers today at home for the a.l. west title. today's winner is division champ, the loser goes in as a wild card. the race for the best record in the national league is going to come down to the last day of the season also. both the cincinnati reds and washington nationals have 97 victories. the nationals own the head-to-head tiebreaker. and in hockey news, the nhl labor talks broke off yesterday, no progress reported. the league says that the nhl teams have lost nearly $100 million in revenue as a result of the cancelled preseason. next week's scheduled start of the regular season likely will be the next casualty. >> checking the schedules for this weekend. cincinnati probably is going to play san francisco is what i saw. there's a wild card game on friday. i'm going to get on a plane, just making plans for the weekend. and then you got notre dame game. that's on nbc. >> we love notre dame, always. >> great to watch. >> now to today's forecast. national forecast. alex wallace joins us from the weather channel. mr. wallace. >> good morning to you. as we he
in 2007. still the as beat the rangers 9-3. pulls the as to within three games of texas. october classic, so i was trying to figure out, should be starting -- i think we have about five or six more to go, i think. is that right? >> i don't know. i didn't add it up. >> you know who would know. right here. mr. sports. >> mr. sports. i have no idea what the answer is. >> let's get to today's national weather forecast. alex wallace joins us from the weather channel. good morning, alex. >> good morning. and this morning tracking some showers. we're he seeing that here across sections of the northeast. new york city seeing light activity, but right around philadelphia, heavier rain. we trail that all the way back through the ohio valley into sections of the mid mississippi valley, as well, more storms into western sections of kentucky, heavy down pours there, and then more scattered activity back across the southern plains. so active morning for some spots. we'll keep that going right along the front across the middle of the country. "squawk box" back in a moment. bob... oh, hey alex. just pic
've been, he's been like the lone ranger. you finally decided to set the alarm today? >> no. i've been here. it's just coming down from that platform over there, on the phone or whatever it is. whereas jim likes to get right down here and get to business here. i settle my business up there. >> dave is making calls on bank of america. this is current stuff. >> i assume you guys have seen it. >> yeah we did. that 2.43 billion. take me back of course to the deal itself, guys. remember when they had the shareholder vote and then had losses. they came after that shareholder vote. then we found out about the bonuses. they were expected to go to trial october 22nd. this is a huge number. >> all right. >> just, becky, fabulous. you changed everybody's view about r.i.m. a great interview with the first quarter stuff. >> thank you jim. >> i think it's the last day of march. >> i don't know what to do with that. don't know if it's a good thing or not. >> great job. >> thank you very much. >> all right. when we come back we'll present a squawk blue chip award to our guest host. stick around. i'm only i
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